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Special Report: Choosing a DSP
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1/22/2003   Post a comment
Once upon a time, digital signal processors were used only as coprocessors in signal processing applications and programmed mostly in assembly. Today, DSPs are used in almost every application domain. From the nitty to the gritty, here's what to look for in a DSP
Component prices will continue to favor OEM buyers through 2003
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1/21/2003   Post a comment
Despite some bullish reports on the outlook for corporate profitability this year, OEM procurement can be sure of one thing--component prices will continue to be low for at least another three quarters. Don't let your suppliers tell you anything different.


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